Had the FX 35 one year now and love it. Handling and performance like a sports car (previous car was BMW M3) with utility of SUV. Gas mileage is 19-21 mph. Only downside is the hard ride, which I like and part of the sport suspension, but not for some expecting soft SUV-type ride. This is a sports car with unbelievable utility. Don't forget its great looks and comfortable front seats.
Good power and features. Love the back up camera. Controls are very easy to use. The rear seat belts are very hard to buckle. They are jammed down practically down into the seats. It took my 6 year old months to be able to do it. It was even hard for me to do sometimes. Also, the a/c smells moldy. Only have 8K miles on the car. Headlights don't shine out far enough (very wide, but not far), adjusting didn't help. Not great gas mileage. Window squeaks when rolling down, complained twice already, still squeaks. Good car but not sure I'd buy again.
Backup camera. Drives nice. Seems like a quality vehicle.
Rear seats belts! Gas mileage not great. Headlights don't shine far enough Takes premium gas.
I love the look of this vehicle. It handles well and the engine is well suited for this type of truck. The interior is attractice and the car feels solid as a higher end one should. I bought this car based on the good reliability and performance reviews. Unfortunately, I got a lemon. Fine, it can happen to any manufacturer. However, Infiniti ( Nissan)really doesn't care about the customer once the sale is made. In the first 5000 miles, both the frontend and transmission had to be replaced. It took seven months before the work was performed. These were the major issues but there were many more, all manufacturing defects.Infiniti doesn't take responsibility for collateral damage caused by its
That as long as I own this car, I will gladly share my story.
I will never buy a vehicle from Infiniti/Nissan again.
I bought an FX 35, 2006. Drove great for 6 months and then had an issue with the rack and pinion. Since then there has been a shake in the car around 60 to 70 miles. The steering wheel shakes consistently and the dealership cannot seem to fix it. I have taken it in four times and they keep saying it is normal for the car. Normal for 40K car to shake at 60 miles an hours. Very disappointed in Infiniti. Will never buy an Infiniti again.